The “Russian Popeye” Injects Oil into the Biceps to make them Bigger

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A young Russian has aroused the ire of many bodybuilders on social media since his method of gaining muscle mass is as controversial as it is harmful to health.

Kirill Tereshin is a young 221-year-old Russian who has become known in social networks for his controversial method to gain muscle mass. He defines himself as a bodybuilder, but the truth is that his practices are completely less healthy. In his Instagram account, he has almost as many followers as haters. There are few who question and criticize Tereshin’s way of cultivating his body.

The young man injects Synthol injectable, an oil very common in the world of bodybuilding but used for something very different from what Tereshin does. He injects it so that his arms grow, but in reality, the product is used to make the skin shine more in competitions. “To reach a large size, you need to inject liters into your arms,” says the young man, who boasts that his arms reach 60 centimeters of the perimeter.

However, even if your arms look muscular, the rest of your body looks normal. Hence, it seems that the arm is disproportionate. “When I was doing it, I had a fever, about 40 degrees, I was lying in bed, feeling like I was dying, but then everything got better,” he explained.

The substance is legal but very harmful to health if it is misused. Synthol is composed of 85% oil, 7.5% lidocaine and 7.5% alcohol.

In his Instagram, where he has more than 41 thousand followers, he has also published some images of before starting Synthol injections, where his thin arms are seen. “In childhood, when I still did not think of injections,” he wrote accompanying the snapshot.

Featured Image Credit: DailyMail.

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